Nahal Tajadod was born in Tehran in 1960 and moved to France in 1971. She has written several books about China and fictional biography of the Persian poet, Roumi.
Corey Taylor is the author of two New York Times bestsellers, Seven Deadly Sins and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven. Lead singer of rock bands Slipknot and Stone Sour, Taylor has earned 11 Platinum records, 43 Gold records, and a Grammy. A native of Iowa, he spends his time between there, Las Vegas, and his suitcase.
Evan Thomas has been the Assistant Managing Editor of Newsweek since 1991. He is the bestselling author of six works of nonfiction: Sea of Thunder, John Paul Jones, Robert Kennedy, The Very Best Men, The Man to See, and The Wise Men. He lives with his wife and children in Washington, D.C.
David Thomas is a New York Times bestselling author/writer of eight books. Foxcatcher, the story that inspired the Oscars five-nominee movie of the same name, appeared on the New York Times bestsellers list, and All In with national college football championship-winning coach Gene Chizik was a Wall Street Journal national bestseller. His ninth book, Cowboys in Canton, releases in 2016. David spent almost three decades in journalism, winning national writing awards and earning the McClatchy Company's Presidents Award for excellence in journalism. He lives near Fort Worth, Texas.
Caitlin MacNamara (1913-1994) married Dylan Thomas in 1938. They lived in Wales where they had three children. Despite affairs and drink they stayed together until his death in 1953. She then lived in Italy partly and had another child, who writes an afterword to this memoir.
Aeronwy Thomas was the only daughter of Dylan Thomas and his wife, Caitlin, and was her father's literary executor. A writer and a poet in her own right she was also president of the Dylan Thomas Society, patron of the Dylan Thomas Award, president of the Association of Literary Societies and president of Swansea Little Theatre.She regularly lectured and attended readings around the world up until her death in 2009, just weeks before the publication of My Father's Places.
Jemeker Thompson-Hairston started the Second Chance Evangelist Ministries (SCEM) in L.A., to inspire others like her. Ritz has collaborated with Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Ray Charles, Laila Ali and B.B. King on their life stories, has won a Grammy, an ASCAP award, 4 Rolling Stone/Ralph J. Gleason book awards and is the co-composer of 'Sexual Healing.'
David Thomson is London-born but has lived and worked in California for over twenty years. He writes and reviews films regularly for major press publications.
Lol Tolhurst is a musician, performer and writer. He is best known as a founding member of the band that virtually invented alternative music, The Cure. Formed in 1976, The Cure is one of the most influential, successful and critically acclaimed bands of its generation.As The Cure's drummer Lol toured the globe many times over, supporting the ground-breaking albums 'Three Imaginary Boys', 'Seventeen Seconds', 'Faith' and 'Pornography'. He took on keyboard duties in the mid-eighties until his departure from the band in 1989, at the time of their masterwork 'Disintegration'.In the early nineties Lol relocated to Southern California where he continues to write, record and tour with his own band Levinhurst. More recently, 2011 saw a momentous reunion tour with his former band mates and Lol performed with The Cure for the first time in over twenty years.
A historian and former playing member of MCC, Richard Tomlinson received his Ph.D. from Cambridge University before becoming an award-winning international journalist with the Independent, Fortuneand other publications in Europe, North America and Asia. In Amazing Grace: The Man who was W.G., Tomlinson combines his passion for cricket and historian's eye to connect Grace's astounding feats on the playing field with an imperial landscape populated by a Dickensian cast of characters who crossed his majestic path, from failed Australian gold rush speculators and an American Civil War hero to the syphilitic secretary of MCC.
Ricky Tomlinson was born in 1939 and grew up in Liverpool. He has starred in many TV series including The Royle Family; Brookside; and Cracker and in films such as Raining Stones; Mike Bassett, England Manager and The 51st State. He lives in Liverpool with his wife, Rita.
James Traub is a columnist and a regular contributor at ForeignPolicy.com and teaches foreign policy at New York University. He lives in New York City.
Jonathan Trott is a former England Test cricketer who was ICC and ECB Cricketer of the Year in 2011. He currently plays for Warwickshire, having retired from all international cricket in 2015.
Paul Trynka is the former editor of Mojo. He lives in South London with his wife and son.
Dan Tucker is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn. He is the founder of Sideshow Media, a New York-based independent producer of books and digital content focused on history,the arts, pop culture, and travel.
Ted Turner is one of America's most famous and successful businessmen.